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Long Term Time Lapse for Colorado River Film

Created on 09 May 2011
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The Colorado River is the life blood of 30 million people making it one of the most dibbled, diverted and dammed body of water on earth. Filmmaker Forrest Pound plans to make a a "stylish documentray" about the Colorado River Basin using time-lapse footage. 

There has been an incredible snow fall in the Rockies this year and all that water is going to become apart of a intricate system stretching for thousands of miles and integral to the fabric of life. It is  going to melt, rush down the river, surging and rising in its banks, filling the many reservoirs that halt its flow for human use, and maybe, just maybe, reach the Gulf of California. With your support, Forrest can document this process in a way no one ever has before.

More info: http://ow.ly/4Q8Cl
Produced by: Kontent Films
Year: 2011
Language: English



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